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Visit tiger.tv for complete specs, pricing, and availability on the Newton Peripherals MoGo Wireless Bluetooth Mouse. When you use your notebook often, you know how easy it is for your ‘regular mouse’ to get lost, fall or be forgotten while you succumb to the dreaded touchpad. Well, to the rescue is Mogo Mouse. MoGo MouseBT is the first in a family of mobile products. This technologically advanced wonder, featuring patent-pending optics, an intelligent battery management system with an integrated, minute battery that recharges in just minutes inside your laptop. MoGo MouseBT is a business-card sized, Bluetooth-enabled mouse that stores and recharges neatly inside…that’s right, inside…your laptop computer’s PC card slot when it’s not being used. MoGo MouseBT is a technologically advanced wonder, featuring patent-pending optics and a system that automatically levers the mouse up into your hand as you work. With no batteries to replace, the MoGo MouseBT recharges in less than an hour in the PC card slot of your laptop. MoGo MouseBT is specifically designed for road warriors who hate carrying around full-sized, bulky mice, but who also despise laptop trackpads and trackpoints. MoGoMouseBT provides them with a solution to their problem, making it easier for them to work on the road. Other mice, even those meant for road warriors, just don’t cut it. Mini-mice (the “walnut shells”) get lost in your hand and are difficult to maneuver, and the ideas of carrying a full-sized …
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Unplug anything you have plugged into the laptop, like power, mice and USB devices. Carefully turn the laptop upside down. On some laptops you should remove the battery, but the HP models have a shunt that prevents power from relaying when turned off to prevent shorts.
Check what happens when the latest in wireless “laptops” in brought into a lecture
We have a new product, it is a charger that powers your laptop without any cords! No more tangled messes of cords, no more needing to sit right next to the wall for power. Simply plug the receiver into your USB port, and the transmitter into any outlet, and your battery will be charging on your laptop, the electricity is transmitted wirelessly!!
Popular Mechanics senior technology editor Glenn Derene shows you how to turn a 3G smartphone into a high-speed wireless data modem for your laptop. For more videos from Popular Mechanics visit: www.popularmechanics.com Everything from the World of Popular Mechanics: www.popularmechanics.com Subscribe to Popular Mechanics: subscribe.hearstmags.com -